The world-famous Madonna has announced the dates for Madonna: “The Celebration Tour” in a new video released on her YouTube channel. Madonna delighted her fans after much speculation and teasers on social media when she announced on Tuesday that she would embark on a world tour celebrating the 40th anniversary of her meteoric musical career.
The tour is to take place in the United States of America, Canada, as well as most European countries. The star’s tour will begin on July 15 at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, and after The Celebration Tour will move to Seattle, Detroit, New York, Boston, Miami, Los Angeles and other cities in North America, and then end on October 7 in Las Vegas.
Then, from October 14 to December 1, Madonna will travel abroad, where she will give concerts in London, Stockholm, Barcelona, Paris, Berlin and other cities. Advance ticket sales will be available to Citi cardholders and members of Madonna’s official fan club this week, while everyone else will be able to purchase tickets from January 20th and January 27th, depending on the show’s date selection. More information can be found on Madonna’s website.
RuPaul’s Drag Race fame musician Bob the Drag Queen (née Caldwell Tidiku) will perform as a special guest at every show on the tour.
The global tour is produced by entertainment company Live Nation, according to the video description. Madonna’s first concert will take place at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver. Then the singer will go to America and Europe. The pop icon’s final performance will take place at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam.
The singer will perform songs from her entire repertoire, starting with her debut album Madonna (1983) and ending with her latest studio album Madame X (2019). The world tour will be the biggest trip of the artist in her entire career.
The last time the star toured was in 2021 and early 2020 as part of the Madame X tour. Despite her age, the mega-popular singer continues to delight her fans around the world. At the same time, there is not even a hint that this world tour will be an enchanting end to the musical career of the singer, beloved by millions of fans.